Trail Stories

  • John Marshall Birthplace Trail
    Very near the lost German Colony that was the first European habitation in Fauquier County, John Marshall’s father Thomas moved along the stream of Licking…
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  • White’s Mill Trail
    The colonization of Northern Virginia proceeded slowly in the 17th and 18th centuries, usually along waterways as there was little to offer from the muddy…
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  • Wildcat Mountain Trail
    Unfortunately, the trial is no longer open to the public.  For more information, click here.  3/8/17 If you’re driving south on Interstate 17 from Marshall…
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  • Warrenton Greenway Trail
    The Warrenton Greenway is the town’s central walking trail. Following the course of the Warrenton railway spur, a branch of the old Orange to Alexandria…
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  • Sky Meadows State Park Trail
    The Northwest area of Fauquier County holds some of the most breathtakingly beautiful, if sometimes more vertical walking. Here the highlands rise from lush, horse-filled…
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  • Whitney State Forest
    Whitney State Forest is a great place for a short hike/walk or to prepare for more strenuous hikes in the Blue Ridge Mountains. Conveniently located…
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  • Stafford Farm Trail
    To park, take the road to the Lord Fairfax Community College by the town dump and turn up College Street. At the back of the…
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